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HDR monitors

Jan 29, 2020 05:49 PM
by Lukash
Thank you for great product!

Will HDR monitors be better for DICOM imaging with RadiAnt (CT/MRI), or it does not make sense?
Thank you
Feb 11, 2020 11:29 PM
by RadiAnt
Theoretically, the more dynamic range the better. However, this would be more useful for CR/MG than CT/MR.
Nov 11, 2020 06:27 PM
by Marcin
How about implementation of HDR viewing to RadiAnt? Is it possible? If this were possible, it could revolutionize market. Maybe we wouldn't need diagnostic monitors, but we would just need good HDR monitors with high brightness.
Nov 11, 2020 08:48 PM
by RadiAnt
In the world of DICOM viewers HDR would be 10-bit grayscale image processing and display.
RadiAnt currently can only display 8-bit grayscale images. And 10-bit would only make (a
barely visible) difference for digital x-ray/mammography.
Dec 8, 2023 07:52 AM
by somelinuxuser

With the advent of appearances of Pantone Validated OLED displays among Asus Laptops. Do you think it is time to start considering 10 bit support using these HDR Monitors? Granted, these are mostly 600 nits peak brightness (not even sustained) it seems to be approaching the start of general availability of these types of displays.

Thank you very much!
Dec 23, 2023 07:59 PM
by RadiAnt
We currently have no plans to introduce 10-bit display support in the near future. The truth is, there are many more important features that have been waiting for years to be introduced.
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